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5 Ways to Reduce Stress and Anxiety When Facing Coronavirus Pandemic

 

Are you stressing out from all the news of Coronavirus cases that are       

skyrocketing increase around the world? Are you not sure what to do during

this confusing and unprecedented period?

We are here to help you destress! 

Tell us your problems, your unsureness, and your annoyances.                     

 

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Looking for other ways to destress? Try the following methods:

 

 

 

 

 

Listen to Music

 

No matter where your stress comes from, music is always an effective tool to ease your mind. Jane Collingwood, who is a journalist of Psycentral wrote, “Listening to music can have a tremendously relaxing effect on our minds and bodies, especially slow, quiet classical music. This type of music can have a beneficial effect on our physiological functions, slowing the pulse and heart rate, lowering blood pressure, and decreasing the levels of stress hormones” (The Power of Music To Reduce Stress). Can you imagine how well music can destress our bodies? Not really? Well...why not give it a try! Put on your headphones or earphones and listen to some light music, absolute music or other beautiful classical piano music.

 

 

 

 

Workout at Home

 

Since the gym is closed because of the outbreak of Coronavirus and it is safer to stay at home, you can try working out at home to build your immune system and strengthen your whole body. 

 

Check out these workout sites with videos and detailed instructions:

 

 

nerdfitness.com/blog/the-7-best-at-home-workout-routines-the-ultimate-guide-for-training-without-a-gym/

 

 

https://www.self.com/gallery/best-at-home-workouts-bodyweight

 

https://makeyourbodywork.com/how-to-exercise-at-home/

 

 

 

 

 

 

Go for a Walk

 

Try going out for a walk for half an hour, and you will find your stress gradually decreases. Harvard Medical School posted an article: Walking: Your steps to health which explained the benefits of working out. It highlighted, “...walking reduced the risk of cardiovascular events by 31% cut the risk of dying by 32%. These benefits were equally robust in men and women. Protection was evident even at distances of just 5½ miles per week and at a pace as casual as about 2 miles per hour.” In recent years, you may find yourself trapped between work, study, and sleep. You rarely have time to go for a walk, smell the fragrance of flowers, or even just look far away to rest your eyes from the workplace. Get up now, and take your family as well as your pets to go for a walk because no law  restricts you from walking with your loved ones. In addition, be sure to keep distances with others and wash your hands when you come back home.

 

 

 

 

 

Do What You Enjoy

 

Stick to your hobbies and wait for the enjoyment to wash off your stress.   

       

Such as, watch a movie with your family, chat with your friends on devices, draw a picture, and play a video game.

 

Not feel like doing your old hobbies? How about discovering a new one? Try painting, reading, singing, and decorating your home.

 

 

 

 

 

Share Your Stress with Someone

 

We are all experiencing the Coronavirus Pandemic, and to get rid of the

trepidation and worries, you can try the following solutions:

  • Create a group chat on social media and share your stress with others

  • Talk to your friends and clear your worries away

  • Videochat with a counselor on our website

 

A long time stress accumulation could be harmful for your health, and you need to know how to cope with the stress. “Science of sharing”, an article in Life Alcon said, “the people who share similar stressful situations with each other are most likely to benefit each other. This happens because they relieve tension and reduce the cortical levels in their body.” With that being said, it is quite important to know that sharing your thoughts with others is one of the key ways to resolve your problems. Therefore, go ahead and talk to someone. 

 

If you are looking for a kind, knowledgeable, and friendly counselor, try our free consultation service and give away your stress.

 

 

 

 

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